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Minisode 8: In Defence of…The Previous Episode
When Bob Geldof sang that he didnt like Mondays, that was before podcasts and episodes that drop, come hell or high water. Huge thanks to Lawrie Brewster for joining us last week to examine John Carpenter's In The Mouth of Madness. Really fun times! Huge thanks also to everyone who checked out the episode and sent us comments etc. Keep them coming!  So on to MINISODE 8! Topics include Final Destination 5, the films of Astron 6 (including The Editor) PLUS, as always, we announce the guest and film for this Friday and EPISODE 9! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.   Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart
Bonusode 8: Celluloid Screams 2019: The Line-up
We said we would be doing more of these as and when we deem it necessary and so, true to our word, we come again! This time bearing BONUSODE 8!  Celluloid Screams, Sheffield's horror festival, returns next month for its ELEVENTH instalment and recently announced the full line-up for this year's festival which runs from the 24th-27th October at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield.  The full schedule can be found below... THURSDAY 24th OCTOBER 8.00pm –  OPENING GALA: TONE-DEAF + THE HOUSE (Short) + HEARTH (Short) 11.00pm – GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR + MALACOSTRACA (Short) + FIVE COURSE MEAL (Short) FRIDAY 25th OCTOBER 2.00pm – HARPOON + SKICKELSEN (Short) + EJECT (Short) 4.25pm – ANTRUM: THE DEADLIEST FILM EVER MADE (UK PREMIERE) 7.15pm – EXTRA ORDINARY (Followed by Q&A) + THE CABINET (Short) + ASPARAGUS TIPS (Short) 9.45pm –  SECRET FILM 1 + PROPAGATION (Short) + BIG DATA L1ZY (Short) 12:10am – CORPORATE ANIMALS + THE ONLY THING I LOVE MORE THAN YOU IS RANCH DRESSING (Short) + RETCH (Short) + DIDDIE WA DIDDIE (Short)   SATURDAY 26th OCTOBER 12.00pm – OUTBACK (INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE) + COYOTE (Short) + REFORMED (Short) 2.15pm –  MAKING MONSTERS (UK PREMIERE) + THE BURDEN (Short) + IT’S NOT CUSTARD (Short) 4.35pm – THE NIGHTINGALE 8.00pm –  COME TO DADDY  + MAGGIE MAY (Short) + CREAKER (Short) 11.00pm –  BLISS + TOGETHER (Short) + WAKEY WAKEY (Short) SUNDAY 27th OCTOBER 11.00am – WHY DON’T YOU JUST DIE! + PIG (Short) + THE VIDEO STORE COMMERCIAL (Short) 1.20pm – DANIEL ISN’T REAL + FEARS (Short) + MAKING FRIENDS (Short) 3.40pm – AFTER MIDNIGHT + HOW TO BE ALONE (Short) + OCCUPANT (Short) 6.45pm – SECRET FILM 2 + THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BOX (Short) 9.15pm – CLOSING GALA: LITTLE MONSTERS (94 mins) One tiny suggestion? At the time of recording, there were extremely limited weekend passes available. If you want to be at one of the best festivals, not just in the UK but anywhere, then you better strike now. Get your ticket. Mitch will be attending for the duration.  See you there!  You can grab tickets and find out more info on the festival at their website.    Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Minisode 66: Let's Hear It For The Boys
It's finally here! Frightfest week! Sadly, due to impending fatherhood, Andy has had to bow out of the festival but Mitch will be there, mooching about! However, that's for later in the week. For now... It's Minisode 66! Topics include a look at the "what if Superman was a wee bad bastard" flick, Brightburn, Mitch revisits Bobcat Goldthwaite's Willow Creek and Mitch delves into the sordid heart of smoky Netflix thriller, Secret Obsession! Also, find out how Mitch is getting on with the ShockWaves 100 and learn the identity of the guest and film for this week's show!  ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below...   In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Bonusode 3: An Announcement
Sorry for intruding on your week again but we have some news... Have a listen to BONUSODE 3 and find out what it is. That's all we are saying for now... Enjoy!  Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Minisode 10: In Defence of…The Previous Episode
Ok, so last week's episode was amazing. We have had a lot of people hunt down and love Blatty's The Ninth Configuration. Hugely gratifying to hear that and thanks to everyone who listened.  So, to MINISODE 10! Topics include Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson's mind-melting The Endless and Mitch's thoughts on The First Purge and the series as a whole! Also, as always, they announce the guest and film for this week and EPISODE 11!  Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps.   
30: Jaws: The Revenge (w/ AJ Bowen)
Duh-dun. Duh-dun. Dun du dun du dun du... ROAR! Yes! Episode 30 is here and we are absolutely deighted to be joined by a man with an unbelievably impressive genre film CV which includes Ti West's House of The Devil and The Sacrament and Adam Wingard's A Horrible Way To Die and You're Next... It's AJ Bowen! His chosen film? Jaws: The Revenge! Well then. It's finally come to this. Jaws: The Revenge, I suppose was inevitable and what great company to discuss it in!  Coming over a decade after the timeless original and completely disregarding the events of Jaws 3D, J:TR is a bizarre film-making experiment that, depending on your perspective, is either amazing or awful. General consensus tends to lean toward the latter.  With a roaring, haunted, lethargic shark, more conch than your mind can handle and, not forgetting Michael Caine, J:TR simply must be seen to be believed and, even then, your fragile minds may not be able to take it.  The synopsis is as follows:  The family of widow Ellen Brody has long been plagued by shark attacks, and this unfortunate association continues when her son is the victim of a massive great white. In mourning, Ellen goes to visit her other son, Michael, in the Bahamas, where she meets the charming Hoagie Newcombe. As Ellen and Hoagie begin a relationship, a huge shark appears off the coast of the island, and Ellen's trouble with the great whites begins again. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Theme from Jaws: The Revenge used in accordance with fair usage guidelines.   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
28: Halloween III: Season of the Witch (w/ John McPhail)
Bringing an end to our Halloween mini-series which began with Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (or with Halloween: H20, maybe?) we are joined IN PERSON for Episode 28 by the director of the festival-crushing Christmas zombie musical, Anna and the Apocalypse, John McPhail, as we discuss the oft maligned black sheep of the Halloween franchise... His chosen film? Halloween III: Season of the Witch! With Michael Myers dead at the end of Halloween 2, John Carpenter felt that the Myers/Strode storyline had run its course. However, the franchise was believed to still have some steam in it and the decision was reached to press ahead with the third instalment with a view to making a yearly Halloween film, each with a different story. How did this work out? Not well. The film tanked. It was a commercial and critical failure and the decision was reversed. The fans wanted Michael Myers and that's what they got going forward.  That said, there's an awful lot to love in Halloween III: Season of the Witch...  The synopsis is as follows:  Hospital emergency room Dr. Daniel "Dan" Challis and Ellie Grimbridge, the daughter of a murder victim, uncover a terrible plot by small-town mask maker Conal Cochran, a madman who's planning a Halloween mass murder utilizing an ancient Celtic ritual. The ritual involves a boulder stolen from Stonehenge, the use of Silver Shamrock masks and a triggering device contained in a television commercial -- all designed to kill millions of children. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Excerpt from Silver Shamrock Jingle from Halloween III by Alan Howarth, used with love and reverence. Excerpt from Hollywood Ending from Anna and the Apocalypse by Tommy Reilly & Roddy Hart, used with permission.   Clip from Anna and the Apocalypse used with permission, courtesy of Vertigo Releasing.   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
4: Rawhead Rex (w/ Duncan McLeish)
With all of the unpleasantness surrounding Detention behind us, we now focus our attention on Episode 4 and we are absolutely over the moon to be joined by a guest this week.  This week's guest is one of the hosts of the always exellent Podcast Under The Stairs, Mr. Duncan McLeish. His chosen film?  Rawhead Rex. Based on a short story by Clive Barker which appeared in Volume 3 of his Books of Blood series, George Pavlou's 1986 rubbery creature feature is truly a sight to behold. Will you join Duncan in the "LOVE IT" camp or Barker himself in the "LOATHE IT" camp? The synopsis is as follows,When an unsuspecting farmer pulls up a stone column embedded in a barren field, he accidentally unleashes hell by awakening Rawhead Rex from his ancient slumber. With the seemingly unstoppable creature cutting a bloody swathe through the countryside, American historian Howard Hallenbeck is faced with the task of putting Rawhead back into the ground for good. Please note that this podcast may contain spoilers, strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.   Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart
43: Urban Legend (w/ Mike Muncer)
Episode 43 sees Andy and Mitch joined by the host of the absolutely excellent Evolution of Horror Podcast (which was one of the first podcast recommendations in the early minisodes)... it's Mike Muncer!  His chosen film? Urban Legend! Following the release and subsequent success of Wes Craven's Scream, the slasher film enjoyed something of a renaissance. However, it's fair to say that this came with mixed results. Films like I Know What You Did Last Summer were well received, while films like Cherry Falls and Valentine, were less so and have largely slipped out of memory.  Standing tall in the pile, and yet often overlooked, is Urban Legend! With a cast that includes Alicia Witt, Jared Leto, Rebecca Gayheart, Tara Reid, Joshua Jackson and Robert Englund, Urban Legend is a fun, if frequently nonsensical slasher, that shouldn't be forgotten. Check it out, or don't.  The synopsis is as follows:  A university is beset by a rash of gruesome murders that resemble old urban legends. When her friend Michelle is killed by someone hiding in her car, Natalie begins to notice the pattern. Her suspicions grow stronger when her own roommate is strangled to death. Soon the quiet college campus is transformed into hunting grounds for a maniac, and Natalie struggles to find the killer and stop the bloodshed before she becomes the next victim. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Theme from Dawson's Creek used with love   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
49: Ice Cream Man (w/ Justin McConnell)
Episode 49 sees Andy and Mitch joined by the director of the absolutely excellent Frightfest 2018/Celluloid Screams 2018 (and MANY more) selection, Lifechanger... it's Justin McConnell! His chosen film? Ice Cream Man! Wow. This one is pretty special. Featuring an absolutely bonkers cast with names like Olivia Hussey, David Naughton, Jan Michael Vincent, Sandahl Bergman and David Warner, Ice Cream Man is anchored by a truly interesting and oddly layered performance from Clint Howard. A quintessential video shop delight, Ice Cream Man is a forgotten oddity that is just longing to be seen... But does that make it good?  The synopsis is as follows:  Gregory, the local ice cream man, just wants people to be nice to him and to sell the neighborhood children his ice cream treats. Unfortunately, the adults disrespect him, and the kids fear him, so, as any recently released mental patient would do, Gregory begins brutally murdering anyone who prevents him from having a happy, happy, happy day... Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
46: Carrie (Mitch v Andy)
Episode 46 sees Andy and Mitch joined by...No-one! Yes, the streak has ended and due to a cancellation/rescheduling, we bring you the first Mitch v Andy episode of 2019! Andy picked Christmas Evil last time, so that means it's Mitch's turn... His chosen film? Carrie (2013)! You can't keep a socially awkward, psychic teen down! 2013 saw the arrival of yet another imagining of Stephen King's debut novel, starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort and Portia Doubleday, the film was pretty critically reviled but has time been kind? Was thehate unmerited?  The synopsis is as follows:  High school can be tough for many teenagers, but for Carrie White, it's especially hellish. A shy and awkward teen being raised by a religious zealot, Carrie is frequently the target of bullies. But Carrie has a secret talent: She can make things move with her mind. One fateful night, an especially cruel prank at her senior prom pushes her over the edge, and Carrie unleashes her telekinetic powers on all who get in her way. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
37: The Lawnmower Man (w/ Orson Oblowitz)
Episode 37 sees Andy and Mitch joined by the director of such films as The Queen of Hollywood Boulevard and Frightfest 2018 selection Hell Is Where The Home Is, Orson Oblowitz! His chosen film? The Lawnmower Man! 1992. It was a simpler time. The internet was in its infancy and a bunch of cyber tech thrillers made their way to screens. Films like Virtuosity and Johnny Mnemonic and THIS! Brett Leonard's VR nightmare is an interesting film which, while it features some stuff that hasn't aged too well, is also strangely prescient and batshit crazy!  The synopsis is as follows:  The eccentric Dr. Lawrence Angelo puts mentally disabled landscaper Jobe Smith on a regimen of experimental pills and computer-simulated training sequences in hopes of augmenting the man's intelligence. In time Jobe becomes noticeably brighter and also begins to fare much better with the opposite sex. But, as he develops psychic powers, he realizes that those around him have taken advantage of his simplicity his whole life, and he plots a bloody revenge. The Lawnmower Man AND its sequel are currently available on Amazon Prime in the UK.  Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
57: Demon Wind (Andy v Mitch)
The streak ends again. Such is life and so Episode 57 sees Andy and Mitch joined by...No-one! Yes, due to a cancellation/rescheduling, we bring you only the second versus episode of 2019! Mitch picked Carrie last time, so that means it's Andy's turn... His chosen film? Demon Wind! A relatively new introduction to Andy's rotation, courtesy of Anna & The Apocalypse director John McPhail, Demon Wind is...well... Just watch it. That's all you can do here... The synopsis is as follows:  The strange and brutal deaths of Cory's grandparents has haunted him for years. Determined to discover the truth, he has returned to the desolate region where they lived, along with a group of friends, to try and uncover the mystery. Ignoring warnings from the locals that the area is cursed, Cory and his friends soon realize that the legend is true... Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Excerpt from Are You Washed In The Blood? used with love You should check out our episode partner Scotland: A History Podcast. Available wherever the best podcasts are found.  Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
24: House of Mortal Sin (w/ Rob Nevitt)
Episode 24 sees Andy and Mitch joined by filmmaker and director/lead programmer of Sheffield's Celluloid Screams Horror Film Festival (see Bonusode 2), Rob Nevitt.   His chosen film? House of Mortal Sin! Directed by legendary British filmmaker Pete Walker, 1976's House of Mortal Sin is Walker thumbing his nose at the Catholic church with a story that is equal parts horrifying, bleak, prescient and timely. The film stars Susan Penhaligon, Anthony Sharp, Norman Eshley, Stephanie Beacham, Sheila Keith and Andrew Sachs.  The synopsis is as follows:  Jenny visits the local Catholic church to have her confession is heard by the immoral Father Meldrum, who is perversely interested in her sex life. Rushing to escape his prying, she drops her apartment keys which Meldrum uses to invade her house and blackmail her by threatening to publish her recorded confession. Father Meldrum is looked after by his sinister housekeeper, Miss Brabazon and when Jenny's boyfriend Terry confronts Meldrum, he is attacked with incense and buried alive in the churchyard. Father Meldrum s standing in the community means that no one will suspect or accuse a man of the cloth; but in the meantime more people begin to die in mysterious ways through poisoned communion wafer and strangulation by rosary beads...  Please note that this podcast contains strong language and Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
14: Deep Rising (w/ Stewart Sparke)
Episode 14 sees Andy and Mitch joined by Stewart Sparke, director of The Creature Below and Frightfest 2018 official selection, Book of Monsters.  His chosen film? Deep Rising!   Directed by a pre-The Mummy Stephen Sommers, 1998 tentacular spectacular Deep Rising is, put simply, a hoot. It's FULL SCREAM AHEAD in a rip-roaring aquatic monster movie that out Leviathans Leviathan! It's a hard one to hate, even if that old stick in the mud Roger Ebert did include the film on his "Most Hated" films list!  The film stars Treat Williams, Famke Janssen, Sommers regular Kevin J. O'Connor, Wes Studi, Anthony Heald and Jason Flemyng. To watch Deep Rising is to love Deep Rising. Go. Love it.   The synopsis is as follows:  When a band of ruthless hijackers invade the world's most luxurious cruise ship, they're shocked to discover the passengers have mysteriously vanished! But that doesn't mean they are alone! Something terrifying is lurking just out of sight: a deadly force from the unexplored depths of the ocean that begins to snatch the horrified intruders one by one!   Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Audio clip from Girl From Ipanema used in accordance with fair usage guidelines   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
2: The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension (w/ Billy Kirkwood)
Note: If you haven't watched this film yet, GO AND DO SO RIGHT NOW, lest you have no idea what we are talking about. Well, here we are. Episode 2 is here and it's the first episode to feature a guest. A guest who brought along a film that left Andy and Mitch gibbering in baffled confusion.  This week's guest is an award-winning comedian, the voice of West FM's breakfast show and Insane Championship Wrestling, Mr. Billy Kirkwood. The film?  The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension. A bizarre little film from 1984, Buckaroo Banzai stars Robocop's Peter Weller, alongside John Lithgow, Jeff Goldblum, Ellen Barkin, Clancy Brown and Christopher Lloyd. Frankly, it's fucking insane. The synopsis is as follows,Adventurer, brain surgeon, rock musician Buckaroo Banzai and his crime-fighting team, the Hong Kong Cavaliers, must stop evil alien invaders from the eighth dimension who are planning to conquer Earth. Please note that this podcast may contain spoilers, strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.   Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Audio clip from The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension used in accordance with fair usage guidelines
68: Hellbent (w/ Nicholas Vince)
 It's the first episode after Frightfest and, yes, Mitch and Andy are both back in the room for this, EPISODE 68! The guest this week is...well...he's horror royalty and one of the loveliest people in the genre. He's perhaps best known for his appearances in Clive Barker's Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser II and Nightbreed. He also crops up in Stewart Sparke's Book of Monsters, Lawrie Brewster's anthology For We Are Many and Andy's short film, Remnant.  As if that's not enough, he is also gearing up for his first one-man show, I Am Monsters... It's the Chatterer Cenobite himself, our good pal, Nicholas Vince! His chosen film? Hellbent! Tagged as the first gay slasher film, Hellbent is a largely forgotten curiosity from 2004. Which is a bit of a shame to be honest. Not without it's problems but there's still a lot to like. It's not the easiest film to get your mitts on but seek it out.    The Synopsis is as follows: A group of gay friends is celebrating Halloween in West Hollywood, a neighborhood that's being prowled by a killer wearing a devil's mask. One of them, Eddie, who works for the police, brings the others through some woods to check out a recent murder scene. They ignore the mask-wearing killer, who follows the group to a club, where he starts decapitating them one at a time -- until the only ones left are Eddie and Jake, a potential love interest. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
63: Ravenous (w/ Matt Mercer)
Another SLVS first this week as we are joined once again by a past guest. But wait! Havent you lads done that before? Yes! But this time, the guest reached out to us and pitched us an episode idea and it's one we couldn't pass up.  So, we are joined once again by an old pal in the form of director of Dementia: Part 2, star of Beyond the Gates, The Minds Eye and Jill Gevargizian's upcoming One Last Meal, not to mention being the producer of Frightfest 2019 selection Bliss...It's Matt Mercer! His chosen film? Ravenous! Its Antonia Bird's criminally unloved and underseen cannibal flick which stars Guy Pearce, Jeremy Davies, features an all too brief appearance by David Arquette and also is notable for an absolutely scene-stealing and stellar performance from Robert Carlyle.  Don't miss this one.  The Synopsis is as follows: Upon receiving reports of missing persons at Fort Spencer, a remote Army outpost on the Western frontier, Capt. John Boyd investigates. After arriving at his new post, Boyd and his regiment aid a wounded frontiersman, F.W. Colquhoun, who recounts a horrifying tale of a wagon train murdered by its supposed guide -- a vicious U.S. Army colonel gone rogue. Fearing the worst, the regiment heads out into the wilderness to verify Colquhoun's gruesome claims.   Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
71: Nothing But Trouble (w/ Brett & Drew Pierce)
Welcome one and all to this, EPISODE 71!  This week, Andy and Mitch are delighted to be joined by the writing/directing due behind zombie comedy Deadheads and Frightfest 2019 selection The Wretched. It's sibling horror filmmakers... Drew & Brett Pierce! Their chosen film? Nothing But Trouble! Written, Directed, produced by and starring Dan Aykroyd in multiple roles, 1991's Nothing But Trouble (aka Valkenvania) marks Aykroyd's directorial debut and, sadly due to the reception of this effort, his last to date. Starring Chevy Chase, Demi Moore and the late, great John Candy, NBT is an anomaly. A singular vision that shouldn't exist, yet does.  Is the world better for it? Let us know! The Synopsis is as follows:While attempting to seduce gorgeous lawyer Diane Lightson, wealthy gadabout Chris Thorne agrees to drive her to Atlantic City, N.J. But, when some reckless driving draws the attention of a deeply critical cop, they and the flamboyant "Brazillionaires" who tagged along end up in the court of a grotesque and vengeful judge, who has a special vendetta against the wealthy and erudite. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Mister Bonestripper by Damn Yankees used with love.  Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
79: Sucker Punch (w/ Steven DeGennaro)
It's Friday! It's Episode 79 and this week's guest might have a way to go to when making his case for this week's chosen film.  So first, the guest! This week, we are delighted to be joined by the director of Shudder Exclusive Found Footage 3D, the excellent short film Stop and co-host of Science vs Fiction Podcast ... It's Steven DeGennaro! His chosen film? Sucker Punch! Coming hot on the heels of Watchmen, Sucker Punch was, and remains, the only film from director Zack Snyder that is not based on an existing IP. Derided at the time of release for being misogynistic at best, offensive at worst, the film is certainly divisive.  Is the vitriol deserved or is there more to be found here?  The synopsis is as follows:  Locked away, a young woman named Babydoll retreats to a fantasy world where she is free to go wherever her mind takes her. Determined to fight for real freedom, she finds four women -- Rocket, Blondie, Amber and Sweet Pea -- to join together to escape the terrible fate that awaits them. With a virtual arsenal at their disposal, the allies battle everything from samurais to serpents, while trying to decide what price they will pay for survival. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart You should check out our episode partner Scotland: A History Podcast. Available wherever the best podcasts are found.  Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Minisode 77: I Got A Fright There...
WE ARE BACK! So here's MINISODE 77! Topics include Richard Stanley's "unfilmable" Lovecraft adaptation Color Out Of Space, the Best from Celluloid Screams, Netflix Original Rattlesnake and OF COURSE Mitch has the latest on Shudder's Creepshow! In addition to this, Mitch continues to chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 and we have another instalment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every little helps.
Minisode 52: Thrill Me!
The weather in Glasgow is on a turn for the better and with that sunshine comes an injection of cheer back into Mitch's life... It's MINISODE 52!  Topics include Arrow Video's recent blu-ray release of Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak, Jenn Wexler's Shudder Exclusive The Ranger and Mitch begins his 90's horror odyssey with Mick Garris's Sleepwalkers! The lads also take a look at the trailer for IT: Chapter 2 and much more! Also, find out how Mitch is getting on with the ShockWaves 100 and learn the identity of the guest and film for this week's show!  ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below with the image that Mitch was working from on the left... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!   Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Minisode 57: Digital Boy
We are coming to you now from the new SVPC HQ! It's still a work in progress, so apologies for any sound issues/echo! That said... onto MINISODE 57! Due to the aforementioned house move, Andy has watched fuck all but Mitch has something... HEAR as he waxes lyrical about Season Five of Black Mirror!  Also, find out how Mitch is getting on with the ShockWaves 100 and learn the identity of the guest and film for this week's show!  ALSO, we have another instalment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below with the image that Mitch was working from on the left... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!   Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Minisode 22: Pyewacket, The Films of Rob Zombie, Wish Upon
It's MONDAY! Catapult yourself into the week by taking a peek at Minisode 22! Topics include Adam MacDonald's demonic chiller Pyewacket, starring The Walking Dead's Laurie Holden, Andy dives into the filmography of Rob Zombie and Mitch talks wishes-with-repercussion nonsense, Wish Upon. Also, we check in on Mitch's progress through the ShockWaves 100! ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below with the image that Mitch was working from on the left...   In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and also, as always, we announce the film for this week and EPISODE 22!  Mitch's Podcast recommendation this week is Deadly Manners! Check it out.  Also, if you are attending this year's Celluloid Screams in Sheffield, remember that we will be doing our first LIVE recording at 3pm on Friday, 19th October! With free entry, free booze and swag, courtesy of our pals at Arrow Video and, of course, A GUEST, it's sure to be great fun! Hope to see you there!  Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Bonusode 7: The Frightfest Bonusode!
SURPRISE! We are back with another BONUSODE! While that in itself isn't especially remarkable, what IS remarkable is that, after 132 episodes, Mitch has finally edited one! YES! It's this one! Be kind... This particular Bonusode focuses on Andy and Mitch's TOP TEN most anticipated films from this year's Arrow Video Frightfest!  Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
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Podcast Details
Started
Apr 27th, 2018
Latest Episode
Jan 19th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
182
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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